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Anthony Watmough is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer. An Australian international and New South Wales State of Origin representative forward, he played the majority of his career with the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, winning both the 2008 NRL Premiership and the 2011 NRL Premiership with them.
Christine Joy Watmough is a former cricketer who played 13 Test matches for the England women's cricket team between 1968/69 and 1984/85. Predominantly a batsman she scored 397 runs at an average of 18.04. She also played 28 ODI matches, scoring 593 runs at 29.65. She was a member of the England team that won the inaugural World Cup in 1973.
David Arthur Watmough was a Canadian playwright, short story writer and novelist.
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The White Nationalist Party (WNP) was a neo-fascist British political party, founded in May 2002 as "the British political wing of Aryan Unity".
Silence Is Easy is the second studio album by English indie rock group Starsailor, released in September 2003 on EMI. The album cover is loosely based on Echo & the Bunnymen's Heaven Up Here. The song Some of Us was featured in an episode of Bones entitled A Boy in a Bush and in the closing credits of the Belgian film The Memory of a Killer. The album contains some of the last productions by Phil Spector before his murder conviction and imprisonment in 2009. The album sold 54,296 copies on its opening week of release, charting at No.2 in the UK album charts. It was certified gold in the UK in 2003.
John Sergeant was an American politician who represented Pennsylvania in the United States House of Representatives. He was the National Republican Party's vice presidential nominee in the 1832 presidential election, serving on a ticket with Senator Henry Clay.
John Graeme Wood was an English politician who was prominent on the far-right political scene from the late 1950s until his death.
The British People's Party was a neo-Nazi political party in the United Kingdom, launched in 2005 by Kevin Watmough, Eddy Morrison, John G. Wood and Sid Williamson, former members of Combat 18, British National Party (BNP), National Front (NF) and the White Nationalist Party, as a splinter group from the Nationalist Alliance. Its founding member Eddy Morrison left the BPP and joined the NF in 2009. The party dissolved in 2013.
Francis Martin Drexel was a Philadelphia banker and artist. He was the father of Anthony Joseph Drexel, the founder of Drexel University and the grandfather of Saint Katherine Drexel.
Hope Lodge is a historic building located at 553 South Bethlehem Pike in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, in the United States. It was used by Continental troops during the 1777 Philadelphia Campaign during the American Revolution.
John Goddard Watmough was an American politician who served as an Anti-Jacksonian member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Pennsylvania's 3rd congressional district from 1831 to 1835.
Heme O differs from the closely related heme A by having a methyl group at ring position 8 instead of the formyl group. The isoprenoid chain at position 2 is the same.
Richard Watmough, known as Dickie Watmough, was an English professional footballer and cricketer. He played as a midfielder in the former sport.
The 2009 World Club Challenge was contested by Super League XIII champions, Leeds Rhinos, competing in their second consecutive World Club Challenge, and 2008 NRL Premiers, the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles. For the first time since 2003, the Australian champions defeated their English counterparts.
The Dilute budgerigar mutation is one of approximately 30 mutations affecting the colour of budgerigars. It is one of the constituent mutations of several recognised varieties: the Light, Dark, Olive, Grey and Suffused Yellows and the Grey and Suffused Whites.
The 2012 All Stars Match will be the third of the annual representative exhibition match played between the Indigenous All Stars and the NRL All Stars team which will be held on 4 February 2012 at the Gold Coast's Skilled Park.
The Church-Wellesley Review was a Canadian literary magazine.
The 2010 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles season was the 61st in the club's history. Coached by Des Hasler and captained by Jamie Lyon & Jason King, they competed in the National Rugby League's 2010 Telstra Premiership, finishing the regular season 8th, reaching the finals series. The Sea Eagles were then knocked out in their first finals match against eventual Premiers, St. George Illawarra Dragons.
The 2014 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles season was the 65th in the club's history. Coached by Geoff Toovey and co-captained by Jamie Lyon and Jason King, they competed in the National Rugby League's 2014 Telstra Premiership, finishing the regular season 2nd. Having made their 10th consecutive finals series, the Sea Eagles were knocked in the second week of play-offs by eventual grand finalists, the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs. Manly were leading the NRL Table for the greater part of the season, only to place 2nd after losing to the Cowboys.